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Bringing Society Back in
The evolution of parties portrays a shift from civil society to the state, the culmination of which is the cartel party. Previous research has noted the vulnerabilities of the cartel model, emanatingExpand
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Land of Paradoxes: Interest Politics in Israel
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The Hidden Agenda: Abortion Politics in Israel
The paper examines the formulation and implementation of abortion politics in Israel. Liberalisation of abortion, triggered by the need to enable poor women to terminate unwanted pregnancies, enjoyedExpand
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Hatred by Hated People: Xenophobia in Israel
Israel is a state with a large (some 80 percent) Jewish majority. Jews were victims of prejudice and xenophobia for two millennia. They constituted a minority in their countries of residence, andExpand
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Israeli annexation of East Jerusalem and the golan heights: factors and processes
During 1980-8 1 Israel provoked strong international criticism when it annexed territories it had captured in the Six Day War: East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights. The extension of IsraeliExpand
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Public Ideas and Public Policy: Abortion Politics in Four Democracies
of Israel (1990), p. 670. 35. Ziona Peled and N. Bakman, Planned Abortions in Israel: A Behavioral Study of Appeals to Abortion Committees (Jerusalem: Institute for Applied Social Research, SeptemberExpand
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Civil Society in Transition: Interest Politics in Israel
Civil society in Israel evolved in three phases as a response to state strategies. In the first phase, the state, aided by a fundamental vision and disciplined political parties, adopted a strategyExpand
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Responsiveness to ethnic demands: The case of Israel
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Environment and development: The case of Israel
Israel is a developed society according to economic measures and a developing one by virtue of its social propensities. This fact affected environmental politics in two ways: there is anExpand
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